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Time to get rid of Eric Cantor. He is on someone's payroll and cares only for himself. He is the one that appears to be souly responible for this mess.
Well, it would be a complete shock to everyone if Cantor and the other House obstructionists said they were actually for something. This Republican "whatever it is, I'm against it" strategy is getting really tedious.
time to get rid of Eric Cantor. he is the one leading us over the cliff.
If the House had done it's job, they would have sent a bill to the Senate, not the other way around. It's time to fire these incompetent clowns.
Time to get rid of reckless spending and no cuts, hang tough Eric until we get some cuts.
Time to get rid of reckless spending and no cuts, hang tough Eric until we get some cuts. *** The cuts we'll get are called sequestration. These still beat the reckless cuts demanded by Cantor and his band of public enemies in terms of harm to the nation.
America is against Eric Cantor.
Erik Paulsen and John Kline have joined this fool. Time to show these extremists the door.
Eric Cantor - the same patriot who opposed mortgage fixes while profiting from the chaos..."Throughout 2009, Cantor helped lead opposition to mortgage cramdown — a no-cost measure to help borrowers negotiate lower interest rates and avoid foreclosure. ... he did not disclose that both his own wealth and his wife’s were connected to the mortgage industry:
–- Cantor invested in several mortgage banks, and owned a portion of a Cantor-family run mortgage company. According to Cantor’s 2009 personal finance disclosure, Cantor owned up to a $500,000 share of a mortgage company called TrustMor run by his brother.
–- While Cantor blocked a fix to the foreclosure crisis, his wife Diane Cantor served as the managing director of a bank with a high foreclosure rate.
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